Trees and woodlands form a major part of the British landscape, trees are not only beautiful they are of great importance to wildlife and human wellbeing. This course will cover a wide range of topics including an introduction to native trees species and their ecology, woodland management and conservation. Various aspects of the many way humans have used woodland products from earliest times to the present day will be investigated using both biological and archaeological evidence as well as documentary sources. All lectures will be fully illustrated together with a practical session on tree identification.
- Status - You can enrol online for this course
- Course level - Level 2 (level information)
- Leads to a qualification - No
- Course dates - 04/10/2017 - 15/11/2017
- Session details - 6 sessions for 1.5 hrs per session / Wed 19:30
- Fees - Fee £33.00 / Includes accreditation & materials if applicable
- Tutor - Stephen Parker